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Radon Risks

Did You Know?  Exposure to high radon levels causes the equivalent amount of lung damage as smoking cigarettes and the equivalent radiation of X-Rays.

Lung Damage Equivalent
Radon vs Smoking

Radon Level = Cigarettes per Year                                                         2.0 pCi/L = 4 cigarettes/day OR 1460 cigarettes/yr                                 3.0 pCi/L = 6 cigarettes/day OR 2190 cigarettes/yr                               4.0 pCi/L = 8 cigarettes/day OR 2920 cigarettes/yr                                 4.4 pCi/L = 3212 cigarettes/yr - Average IL Household Level             8.0 pCi/L = 16 cigarettes/day OR 5840 cigarettes/yr                           10.0 pCi/L = 20 cigarettes/day OR 7300 cigarettes/yr

Radiation Exposure Equivalent
Radon vs X-Rays

Radon Level = X-Rays per Year                                                               2.0 pCi/L = 100 X-Rays/yr                                                                           3.0 pCi/L = 150 X-Rays/yr                                                                           4.0 pCi/L = 200 X-Rays/yr                                                                             4.4 pCi/L  = 220 X-Rays/yr - Average IL Household                               8.0 pCi/L = 400 X-Rays/yr                                                                             10.0 pCi/L = 500 X-Rays/yr
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